NJ Affordable Housing Panel Should Meet Monthly, Judge Told

Law360, New York (August 29, 2013, 9:48 PM ET) -- A housing advocacy group on Thursday urged a New Jersey court judge to compel the state’s Council on Affordable Housing to hold scheduled, public meetings, saying the agency had convened hastily and infrequently for years as millions in funds hang in the balance.

Fair Share Housing Center, a New Jersey nonprofit dedicated to affordable housing, asked Superior Court Judge Mary C. Jacobson to order COAH to meet a week from the court’s ruling to produce and make public an annual meeting schedule, abolish its short-notice special...
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